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New Hampshire Retired Educators Association

The New Hampshire Retired Educators Association (NHREA) is an association open to all retired educators. It was founded in 1952 to promote the economic, social, and professional welfare of retirees.
NHREA aligns its activities with the good of its members in mind. We support legislation to protect and improve retirement benefits for educators, work with other groups to safeguard and enhance the interests of NHREA members, provide helpful resources to retirees, host two statewide meetings each year to foster the exchange of ideas and information among members, and encourage the development of local NHREA units. NHREA also publishes a semiannual newsletter for its members. Dues are just $5 per year.
NHREA's executive director is Dr. Roland Stoodley. For more information about membership and the activities of the NHREA, please contact:
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